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Calendar >  RBV Alum Brooke Anderson Wins 2nd World Title In Hammer Throw

RBV Alum Brooke Anderson Wins 2nd World Title In Hammer Throw

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RBV alum Brooke Andersen wins 2nd consecutive world title in Hammer Throw. Congrats Brooke!

2022 WORLD TRACK AND FIELD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Brooke Andersen wins the United States’ second consecutive title in the women’s hammer throw, unleashing a 78.96m final throw to earn gold at the 2022 Track and Field World Championships.

Andersen won the 2013 Avocado West League discus championship with a throw of 37.27 m (122 ft 3+14 in).[8]

While competing at Rancho Buena Vista High School in her hometown of Vista, California, Andersen threw the discus, placed ninth in the San Diego Section championship in 2013.[9]

Jay Hibert, her high school coach with help from California Community College Athletic Association Hall of Fame coach Lloyd Higgins[10][11] introduced her to the hammer as a high school athlete.

Brooke Andersen played 14 years of soccer as a youth through high school.

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